Awakening × And × Potential



Kakusei × to × Kanōsei

Japan Air Date

April 29th, 2012

English Air Date

November 19th, 2016, November 26th, 2016

Adapted from



Heaven's Arena arc

Opening Song

Departure! -second version-

Ending Song

Hunting For Your Dream

Episode Guide
Nen × And × Nen
Fierce × And × Ferocious
List of Episodes (2011 series)
Episode 29 Screenshots

Awakening × And × Potential (カクセイ×ト×カノウセイ, Kakusei × to × Kanōsei) is the 29th episode of the Hunter × Hunter 2011 series. It first aired on April 29th, 2012.


After having their Nen released and learning Ten, Gon and Killua are able to pass Hisoka's aura and sign up for a fight. Right after they register, three of the 200th floor fighters challenge in the arena.


Killua gon nen

Gon and Killua's Nen being released.

After the explanation of the danger of Nen further, Gon and Killua's aura nodes finally open thanks to Wing's help. He then proceeds to teach them how to pass through Hisoka's barrier of Nen. A few hours before midnight, Gon and Killua come back to the hallway that Hisoka is guarding. They successfully pass through hi barrier and Gon challenges Hisoka to a fight. Hisoka replies that if Gon manages to win even one match, he will accept his challenge.

Gido Sadaso Riehlvelt

Gido, Sadaso and Riehlvelt confront Gon and Killua.

The two successfully register before time runs out. After registering, they are confronted by three fighters from the 200th floor named Gido, Sadaso, and Riehlvelt. The two leave and head towards Gon's room. A message appears on the television which reads Gon's match will be tomorrow. Killua seems worried for a moment until he sees Gon's excitement for the challenge. The next day, Gido and Gon face off in the arena. Gido launches his spinning tops he calls Battle Waltz. Gon was left defenseless in the middle of the ring.


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